It’s a good week for being Justin Bieber. Not only did his new album Purpose debut at No. 1 about the Billboard 200 (beating One Direction along the way), though the pop superstar also offers three songs from the top five about the Hot 100. Though the Biebz couldn’t overcome Adele’s “Hello” for your No. 1 spot, his new songs “What Do You Mean,” “Love Yourself” and “Sorry” all fared well for the charts.
Bieber, who may have 17 songs total from the Hot 100 (a whole new record), dominates the most notable five about the charts. His latest Purpose single “Sorry” rises slightly to No. 2, time for its peak due to a jump in radio play (68 million audience impressions) plus a massive 23 percent boost in streams to 26.5 million plays, Billboard reports. Check Justin Bieber Purpose sheet music page.
Beneath his chart high, Bieber has a different song debut inside top 10: the Ed Sheeran penned kiss-off song “Love Yourself,” which starts its chart run at No. 4. “Love Yourself,” which is not a state single, reaches its massive high on account of 17.4 million streams plus a second-best digital songs spot with 141,000 copies sold.
Bieber’s hourly caregivers domination is rounded out with his first No. 1 single, “What Do You Mean?” which rises respectably one spot recently back up to No. 5.
Though Bieber did incredibly well around the charts soon, his Purpose chords trio isn’t match with the power of Adele’s “Hello,” which spends a fourth week at No. 1. Adele blew Bieber out of your water, topping streaming, sales and radio play, thereby easily grabbing the highest spot prior to the official relieve 25.
The five’s other single is Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” which falls slightly to No. 3.
Outside from the Bieber-packed five, The Weeknd is constantly hang inside the top 10 with “The Hills,” which previously topped the Hot 100 for six or seven weeks. The Weeknd’s Canadian brother Shawn Mendes sheds of the hourly caregivers this week with “Stitches,” which dropped into No. 7, no because of his predecessor Bieber. Nos. 8 and 9 are familiar grounds for followers from the Hot 100. Fetty Wap is constantly dominate the charts in 2015 with “679,” which fell to No. 8 soon. Similarly, Taylor Swift also hangs in to the charts with “Wildest Dreams” at No. 9.
Besides Bieber’s “Love Yourself,” another new track entered the superior 10 immediately: Alessia Cara’s “Here.” Cara only rose one spot, but it really was the most effective spot to plunge into as she gets the No. 10 slot. Cara had mild gains on radio (8 percent rise), digital sales (6 percent) and streaming (7 percent) knowning that was enough to bump Elle King’s “Ex’s and Oh’s” from the very best 10.